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A really incredible book. You can go into this knowing absolutely nothing or a lot about this topic and still learn so much. Read morePublished 13 days ago by KristinBergman
Interesting history of underground and punk, but many of the interviews veer off into unrelated territory that can become tiresome quickly. Overall, however, pretty good.Published 25 days ago by Sean Patrick Thompson
Great read, straight from the horse's mouth(s). A fascinating oral history of the punk scene in 1970s New York and beyond.Published 1 month ago by Richard Eric Lieb
This oral history you won't want to put down. You'll borrow it out and always want it back in the end. This is how every oral history should flow. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew
Lovers of the New York Punk scene in the late seventies will find an absolute TREAT within the covers of this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzinne Barrett
This was actually a pretty good book! I wasn't expecting much as I'm not much of a punk fan. But the book was good enough for a rereading. Some very good stuff in here.Published 2 months ago by Rod Levell
I was too young to understand the punk movement as it happened. Please Kill Me puts the entire movement in historical perspective. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lisa Blondin